One can often feel the law is not working with their best interests in mind.
I wonder how true that is though. Were you the one that caused the incident you complained about? Are you lying? Are you truly not at all responsible?
If that is the case, you’ll want to get in touch with a personal injury lawyer to help you out. A personal injury attorney is a lawyer who provides legal services to those who claim to have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence of another person, company, government agency or any entity, personal injury lawyer primarily practice in the area of law known as tort law. Examples of common personal injury claims include injuries from slip and fall accidents, traffic collisions, defective products, workplace injuries and professional malpractice, but if you are ever in a car accident, then you should consider hiring a different lawyer by visiting lawboss.com.
What do you do in the event that you get yourself involved in an car accident? No one would ever think of getting involved in accident, but the fact is that it holds the potential to happen any moment without a prior notice. As a matter of fact, vehicles can develop some mechanical faults at any unexpected moments, due to which we have less success in completely eliminating car accidents from occurring. You can contact to Angell Law Firm’ car accident attorney for further details. It is important and highly advisable that in a situation when you get involved in accident, you take certain measures to seek some form of compensation and settlements from the case. One of the very things that come into mind when this happens is the idea of consulting car accident attorneys. It is indeed a step, which will take you in the right direction as one can’t undermine the importance of attorneys on such matters. Since, they are professional attorneys specialized in accident laws, they are able to give you useful suggestions to help you in your quest for justice. The aim of this article is to discuss some of the factors, which are worth considering before choosing car accident attorneys for your prospective case. This process can be more demanding than you might think it to be. The considerations you make are to guide while choosing the right attorney for your case.
In the first place, you are required to ask your family and friends. In other words, you are advised to adopt the referral system. Someone who has been in this situation will be able to make a good recommendation for your benefit. Moreover, it will help build trust on an unknown car accident attorney, who has rendered good services in the past. However, in this case, the internet could also be a good source for locating potential attorneys.
The term “trial lawyers” is used to refer to personal injury attorney firms, even though many other types of lawyers, including defense lawyers and criminal prosecutors also appear in trials and even though most personal injury claims are settled without going to trial.
There are many types of accidents that come under the ambit of personal injury. Most of these accidents take place because of the negligence of another person but you and your loved ones usually have to bear the brunt of it unless you can get the assistance of a talented Personal Injury Lawyers. Most companies or people who have caused accidents will not voluntarily give money as compensation, and even if they do the amount is sure to be less than what you deserve.
These accidents range from ones that you receive while at work to others that you get while at leisure. For instance, you might be incapacitated because of certain materials you have been exposed to at work or might suffer a fall at your office because of an uneven stair. Ironically, your employer might even terminate your employment because of injuries that you have suffered at the workplace! Similarly, you might get injured because of a collision with another vehicle or because the road you were traveling on was not maintained.
It is very important for you to contact the best possible personal injury lawyer as soon as you have suffered an accident because this is in your best interests. You should ensure that only the best lawyers handle your case because shoddy legal help can actually weaken your case. It is tragic to think about the people who jeopardized their chances to get a substantial monetary compensation for their injuries only because they failed to get a good team of injury lawyers.
You need an personal injury lawyer who has the ability to fight your case doggedly because that is what it sometimes takes to get a person or organization to make a large payment for damage that they have caused to you. You deserve nothing but the very best legal representation, which includes a lawyer who will go to great lengths to win your case.
The personal injury lawyer you hire should have the most comprehensive knowledge of the legal system as well as plenty of experience handling a whole lot of personal injury litigations. In addition, the personal injury lawyer needs to have empathy in dealing with your case. It also helps if you contact the best BC injury lawyers because the reputation of your legal team will help influence the other party’s willingness to offer a handsome settlement.
Select your personal injury lawyer with a great deal of care because your future and that of your family depends on it. Besides, you are hardly asking for anything that you do not deserve. Most legal firms will not charge you for the initial consultation. In fact, there are some that will only charge you if you receive a settlement in compensation for your injuries. Go right ahead and hire the best lawyer you can find so that you get the best possible compensation for your injuries.
It has been challenging to tolerate the dozens of street dogs fighting and yelling at each other at every hour of the night (reminds me how impressed I was as a child about dogs communicating over miles, in the Disney cartoon 1001 Dalmatians), but I generally wake up at 5am when my neighbours one after the other ring the bell for the morning puja. I got used to wear a mask, like everyone here, due to the heavy pollution and dust in Kathmandu, and enjoy the shower in the evening rubbing off all the dust accumulated over the day. I try to stay calm while walking 45 minutes to the office and being constantly horned by bikes, taxis, microbuses and trucks and trying not to be run over by these.
One of the best things is the children of any age greeting me in English or Nepali, during my journey up the hill to the office. They are smiling and giggling when I greet back, or they look proudly up to their parents, as if it has been a challenge to talk with a stranger, that looks like a western additionally.
Speaking about children, I promised in my last blog to post stories about my trips to the seven schools supported by CONCERN. Unfortunately, I had to postpone the school visits because of holidays. So I will not write about the kids I planned to meet, but about all the kids living in Nepal and especially about the 1.6 million that are trapped in labour exploitation.
Last week, I attended the National Conference on Child Participation organised by the Consortium Nepal (Consortium of Organizations Working for Child Participation) bringing together 38 organisations which CONCERN is a member of. Children representatives from Nepal’s 7 regions were also part of the conference. Child labour was part of the discussion, and during the two hours, the invited guests spoke about the difficulty to implement the many laws protecting children from work on a national and local level.
Special guest Ms. Mohna Ansari, from the National Human Rights Commission pointed out that adults are too much dominating children and that these children need to be given opportunity to raise their voice, adding that still too many children are working, especially in brick factories. She addressed the Chief guest Ms. Tham Maya Thapa, Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare, on the reasons preventing the government to initiate an effective process that would lead to concrete implementation of existing laws. The latter one replied that the government is working on a new law on child protection that aims to be more inclusive regarding all kinds of child labour.
However, after hearing again and again that these laws already existing but not implemented, I wonder what a new law could improve.
Since the conference was in Nepali, Prakash translated the most important points. Ms. Tham Maya Thapa did not explain how the existing laws could be implemented though. However, I recall Prakash telling me she was joking about children from rich Nepalese families that aren’t able to say where rice is produced, because they think “it comes from the local supermarket”.
To their disappointment, once the children’ were about to speak, the guests had already left. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to stay for the panel discussion either, but I asked for the presentations to be sent to me. To my disappointment this time, the presentations kept repeating what I already heard during the whole morning, that the Nepalese government is already advanced regarding children’s protection laws. Nothing about the way to proceed to its implementation, nothing about tackling the root causes.
Speaking about law, they are many national and international agreements, conventions and legal acts protecting children from working, such as the International Labour Organisation (ILO)’s leading agreements on the issue (1973 and 1999), and the Convention for the Rights of the Child (1989). But Nepal also passed many laws itself with leading agreements containing extensive rights relating to children (Comprehensive Peace accord 2006; Interim Constitution of Nepal 2007; Children’s Act but not comprehensive enough).
“How to make sure existing laws get implemented? How to dialogue with people who are part of the child labour industry? How to control persons, infrastructures to make sure they aren’t employing children anymore?”, I kept asking myself.
I hope finding answers about this crucial issue during the next few weeks and hope to be able to figure out which challenges need to be overcome to protect children effectively.
(Blog I wrote before going to Dang, a region of western Nepal, with another Peace Fellow, Michelle, who is working with BASE.)
Posted By Lara Cerosky (Nepal)
Posted Jul 11th, 2018